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Expanding thinking in Years 4 to 6

At Moranbah State School, in Years 4 to 6, we consolidate the foundations of literacy and numeracy learned in the early years, expanding and developing their high order thinking and applied reasoning skills.

Moranbah State School students in Years 4 to 6:

  • have specialist teachers providing programs in Health and Physical Education, The Arts and LOTE .
  • students’ in years 5 and 6 will experience a yearly camp.
  • Participate in collaborative learning opportunities through our reciprocal reading program
  • implement explicit teaching practices in the delivery of reading, writing and numeracy on a daily basis
  • use warm ups for consolidation of core concepts
  • students access modern technology in the classroom and in designated computer time
  • teachers continually monitor and assess to identify individual students’ learning needs though individual student feedback
  • dedicated teachers who are supported through coaching and mentoring to ensure they maintain high professional standards.
  • our senior students run the assembly every Thursday afternoon from 2.15pm till 3.00pm, providing a great opportunity to develop confidence and leadership skills.
  • have some curriculum excursions, such as our Year 4 night camp.
  • Participate in Extra-Curricular activities such as, a School Musical, Wakakirri, Whitsunday Voices and more.


We provide a seamless and positive transition High School for our Year 6 students. Our transition program prepares students for the organisational, academic, social and emotional demands of Secondary Schooling. Students participate in orientation days and parents are invited to attend a Year 6 into 7 information evening.​

Year 4 Overviews
​​Year 5 Overviews
Year 6 Overviews
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Term 4​